7/10 - well i guess there was no avoiding it!
The Decemberists - Crane Wife 3
9/10 - I actually liked this a lot. Playlist material for sure!
AC/DC - "Through the Mists of Time"
It's from their most recent album and a bit different from most of their songs.
(R.I.P. Malcolm Young)
8/10 - Good song, just not what I would think when I hear AC/DC
John Waite - "Change"
Gotta love the 80s sometimes
8/10 - Fun song!
Foo Fighters - "Learn to Fly"
10/10 - Added to my playlist
The Hooters - "Brother, Don't You Walk Away"
The Eastern Connection - Skinshape (if it doesn't autoplay it is the 12:11 mark)
7/10 - Funky grooves! Not playlist material for me, but it was nice and relaxing to listen to after a long and hard week of work, so thank you for that!
Vulfpeck (feat. Joey Dosik) - "LAX"
9/10 - That camera man had to be dizzy at the end of the video, I started to get dizzy myself XD
Billy Joel - "Allentown"
7/10 - Can't go wrong with Billy Joel, but there are other songs by him I like way more.
Christopher Cross - "Ride Like the Wind"
(Featuring Michael McDonald on background vocals in the chorus.)
9/10 - Already had it on my playlist
Jigsaw - "Sky High"
8/10 - Catchy! How did these bell-bottoms magically appear on me?
Mick Gordon - BFG Division
Not usually a metal guy, but this shiz bangs. Fully recommend good low response headphones for this one.
4/10 - It just needs some lyrics in there. If there aren't lyrics in a song it usually has to be classical or orchestral genre for me.
Bon Jovi - "Bad Medicine"
6/10 - I know this song, but it's never been one of my favorite Bon Jovi tracks. Gets points for catchiness though.
Because it's Sunday:
The Monroes - "Sunday People"
(The 1983 debut single of this Norwegian duo. Here in Norway it was a big hit. And if you wonder why the singer's accent sounds so British, it's because they were strongly influenced by English ska band Madness.)
8/10 - I dig it
The Goo Goo Dolls - "Iris"
Easiest 10/10 I've given in a while! Did you know my number 1 listened song on Spotify this year was "Black Balloon" by them?
Now back to the 80s:
Huey Lewis and the News - "Walking with the Kid"
An underrated song from an underrated album.
8/10 - Man, 80s music always have that nice sunny day vibe
Shoji Meguro - Heaven (Persona 4 OST)
Especially for Persona fans
Here's a Christmas song from my country in traditional folk music style. God jul (Merry Christmas)!
Ingebjørg Bratland & Ina Svenningdal - "Jul i Svingen"
5/10 - I don't know what they were saying but I still kind of liked it.
Cold Chisel - "Bow River"
7/10 - It rocks! The singer's voice reminds me somewhat of Lou Gramm of Foreigner and David Coverdale of Deep Purple and Whitesnake when he goes high.
Case in point:
Whitesnake - "Fool for Your Loving"
10/10 - It's just one of those songs that defines rock, absolutely love it.
Jim Croce - "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"
7/10 - Leroy Brown might have been bad, but the song about him anything but bad.
The title reminded me of another fun song:
Queen - "Bring Back That Leroy Brown"
Now on for other track in the same album
Queen - Killer Queen
10/10 - One of the top songs made by Queen. Better than Bohemian Rhapsody in my opinion.
Don't want to break the trend.
Queen - "'39"
One of the few songs where Brian May is the lead vocal.
10/10 - I know almost every Queen song and this ain't no exception.
Queen - "I'm in Love with My Car"
Roger Taylor on lead vocals.
Black Pumas - Strangers (feat. Lucius)
8/10 Reminds me a lot of "Here's to you, Nicola and Bart".
Nathan Cavaleri - 29 Gold Stars
6/10 - And this reminds me of Prince. I like the instrumental, but these vocals are not my thing.
Dinaye - "Own Yourself"
This song competes in this year's Melodi Grand Prix - Norway's national selection for Eurovision Song Contest.
Daft Punk - Epilogue
First Class - "Beach Baby"
Foo Fighters - "The Pretender"
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